.WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT.; SATURDAY, JANUARY 261 1907.; ;
GRIEVE, BISSET & HOLLAND
38-40 Bank Street. Tel 583
. Waterbury's Busy Corner Store.
Ask About the Flexifold Collars in the "Silver" Brand.
Our January Clearing
Sale Ends To-Night
Tbe following Items are samples of the bargains you'll find
FOR TO-NIGHT ONLY.
MEN'S 5c WHITE HANDKER
CHIEFS. - 1
To-night 2c each; 3 for 25c
MEN'S 12 c MIXED COTTON
. To-night 3c a pair
ODD SIZES IN - MEN'S 50c
To-night 15c a garment
BEST LIGHT CALICOES.
To-night 3c a yard
9c DRESS GINGHAMS.
To-night 4c a yard
"JICKEE VIOLET" AND
POWDER. . v.
A 15c bottle
To-night 10c a bottle
12 c AND 15c TOOTH v
. To-night 8c each
WOMEN'S 50c BELTS.
To-night 19c each
WOMEN'S 10c HAT PINS.
In gilt or crystal. ,
To-night 5c each
4-4 TAPESTRY TABLE COVERS.
Regular price 35c.
To-night 21c each
B0c ROMAN STRIPE TAPESTRY
To-night 26c a yard
GIVE VE, BIS SET & HOLLAND
Men's 3-sole Box Calf Shoes, Hand-Sewed. Special "$3.29
Men's Vlscolized Calf Shoes, Double Hand-Sewed Soles ......... .'.$2.49
' Men's $3.50 Goodyear Welt, Patent Colt Bluchers. Special ...... $1,98
H. McT. PHARAOH
283 Bank St.
Tts CONNECnCflT MUTUAL Life Insnrancfi Co,
Hartford, Conn., , John il. Taylor, President. J .
PURELY MUTUAL ANNUAL DIVIDENDS.
v Condition January 1, 1907: '
Loans upon Real Es
tate, first lien $24,631,132.50
Bonds, at cost .' 25,376,562.06
Stocks, at cost 829,076.25
Loans upon Stocks and
Bonds... .'. 1,280,000.00
Loans upon Policies of
this Company ...... 1,397,415.00
Premium notes on Pol
ices in force 415,507.40
Home Office. property. 1,916,236.00
Other Real Estate.... 7,217,065.70
Cash in banks 1,530,292.32
State of N. V.. Comp
troller's Certificate. . 12,335.20
Interest due and ac
Rents due and accrued ' 14,742.65
Market value of Stocks
and Bonds over cost. 461,871.59
Net uncollected and
deferred premiums.. 392,998.32
Less Agents', credit
Total Assets $66,437,957.58
Number of Policies in Force on naid-for basis. 72,006, Insuring:
Received from policy-holders ... ......$243,767,823.39
Paid to policy-holders $247,061,013.63
Excess returned over amount received .'. $34293,190.24
JOHN LOTLEJORN. CHAS. H. FERRT, Local Agents.
ALFRED T. RICHARDS. - General Agent
A class in Mechanical Drawing will begin Tuesday evening, Jan
uary 29. An experienced draughtsman for eight years with the largest
machine shop In Waterbury assures pupils of practical and accurate In
struction. Why not learn this pleasant and profitable occupation? Come
and look it over.
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CUT THIS ADVERTISEMENT OUT
AID SATE IT. AND
YOU NBED MONEY,
CALL AT RO DM 6 ODDFELLOWS BUILDING.
ODD FALLOW BUILDING. I ROOM 36
": Seat Son Koaey uleas yo actually need it
US EI ESDI
WOMEN'S S1.00 RIBBED UNION
Medium weight "seconds." ,
To-night 49c a suit
CHILDREN'S 12 "c BLACK
RIBBED COTTON HOSE.
To-night 9c a pair
No 80 BLACK TAFFETA RIB
' BON. ' ' '."
Regular price 19c
- - - To-night 14c a yard
WOMEN'S 25c WHITE WOOL
To-night 12 He a pair
POINT- VEillSE APPLIQUE
2 to 3 inches wide, regular
price 75c to $1.
To-night 29c a yard
29c OUTING FLANNEL KI
To-night 15c each
WOMEN'S $2.98 SKIRTS. .
Of invisible plaid and black ,
melton, 5 gore, plaits at bot-
torn of gore.
To-night $1.50 each
Don't miss coming: here to-nicrht.
There will be special offerings
to be found at every turn.
Amount required to
reinsure all outstand- .
i n g Policies, net, . ' . . . ; '.
higher than that re-
quired by any state.$59,552,721.00
Liability on account of ,
lapsed Policies not
Policy (Claims in pro
cess of Adjustment. . 345,929.05
Premiums paid in
Dividends credited and .
left with the Com
pany at interest .... 1,504,287.38
Real Estate contingent
depreciation account, 300,000.00
Unearned interest ... 37,701.88
Surplus to Policy
Total Liabilities ....$66,437,937.58
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i WttcrDsrj Post OLTlce.
If you have steady employment we
will advance yon part of your salary.
If yon have property we wiH discount
your note for small amount
Telephone W-i. i
... w . . . l
The whist party given by the Chil
dren of Mary in Columbus hall last
evening was largely attended. ,
The clerks of the east and west side
of the town will play a match gn me
of pool at Breen & Stapletou's pool
rooin to-night. . ,' .
A daughter was born to Mr and
Mrs Charles L. Bergr of Rockwell
avenue. , ,
There was a ' large attendance at
the dance given by the Naugatuck
band. The program was .nicely ar
ranged and all present spent a de
A party of local people will go to
Oxford' on a sleighing party Monday
night. After they partake of a sup
per there will be dancing.
It is the intention of the manage
ment of the Lenox theater to overhaul
the place this spring and put it lu
readiness for the summer . months
when they expect to have repertoire
company here. i, - f ' S ,
The funeral of Miss Catherine
Leary was held this morning at S:30
o'clock from her late home on Pleas
ant avenue and 9 o'clock from St
Francis' church. The interment was
in St James' cemetery. . , ,
Two ' boys were coasting 'down
Piatt street last evening when the
sled struck a pole in . the roadway
and the boys were thrown onto the
hard and frozen ground. -They es
caped luckily with a few scratches.
Word was received here, yesterday
of the death of Charlie XI. Broc k way
in New York city yesterday. He was
well known here having, spent many
months here during the past few
summers. The deceased was an uncle
of Mrs Frederic Spring and Mrs Har
ris Whittemore. ' .
At the Waldorf last evening Ed
ward Shea (04) defeated Thilo Perry
(scratch) 94 to 59. Shea played a
strong game all through while Perry
appeared to be nervous. To-night
Allen (scratch) T will meet' Gaynes
Mrs John J. Kennedy
, 345 Bank St, Waterbury, '
"My three small children had
whooping cough and coughed almost
constantly. I obtained Llnoniue from
the Apothecaries' Hall Co. and it gave
them almost Instant relief. The
coughs stopped entirely In a remark
ably short time. My youngest child
also bad croup and Llnonine cured
that Tbe children like to take Lino
nine and consider It the best rem
edy ou tbe market for children."
, MRS. JOnX KENNEDY.
Linoninp is entirely free from alco
hol and ail habit-forming drugs, and
is safe to give to the smallest child.
The ineredlents are printed on ev
ery bottle. . 1-25-2.
How may legs will
HALF PBICE SALE OH
GMTS.SUITS, FURS, YUSTS,
and MILUXERY ;
STASIS TO-DAY AT THE
STAR CLOAK and
VJ- WATERTOWN g
(scratch). Eugene Sirrico was de
feated by "The Butcher" iu the pool
tournament at tbe Arcade last even
ing by the score of 100 to 82. The
Butcher had a good lead near the fin
ish but Sirrico braced up and gave a
line exhibition of pool playing. He
struck us as not strong enough, how
ever, to overcome bis opponent's big
lead.'. :;":-',.s .vv ,
Peter Foley has been selected to
referee the Lawson-De Voe wrestling
match which will be held in the Gem
opera house Tuesday evening. Mr
Foley is one of the squarest referees
iu the state and the management did
well to select him. Both Lawson and
I)e Voe are in prime condition for
the mutch and each confident of vic
tory.. , :
Wilfred Booth is home from Bos
ton for a few days with his parents
on Sheffield street. :
Robert Henderson has taken a po
sition with the American Pin Co in
the machine room.
Edward Barker of Thomaston spent
yesterday, with relatives on Spring
6treet. ; ..J'-v,.
Mr and Mrs Otis L. Fuller have
returned to their home in Hartford,
after a short visit with W, M. Hall
and family of Elm street.
Subscription lists are out for the
branch of the Bronson library. About
$150. Is needed to rent a room for the
purpose. . . ....
The pastoral fair at St Paul's par
ish hall last evening was largely at
tended. A neat sum was realized for
the church. v.--
Myron Jones, who lives In the
north part of the town, is seriously
ill with heart trouble.
Mr Curtiss finished filling his ice
F. J. Painter" is confined to the
house with grip.
Mrs Joel Atwood is seriously 111
F. N. Bean will commence his du
ties with the Waterbury Drug Co on
Monday morning. .
At the school meeting held on
Thursday an appropriation of $40,-
000 was made for the purpose of
erecting a twelve-room school house
on the site of the one recently burn
ed, the building to be of brick with
brownstone trimmings. , There are
many of the voters who think that
the committee appointed will have
hard work in getting the work done
within the appropriation that was
made. There was a small atten- ;
dance at the meeting, only about
thirty voters being present.
James A. Cosgrove of South Wa
terbury has taken a position with j
the Oakville Co In Department 10.
The last contingent of the laborers I
who "ave been working on the grad-
lng tor the new depot left here to
day for New York city. . The apart
ments at the trolley terminal where
the men have been stopping are now ,
vacant, and the bottling business j
which has been going on there for i
some time discontinued. '
The Misses Josephine O'Brien and 1
Mary O'Connell of Newton Heights 1
are visiting with relatives In Thom
aston. ..,-.)... 1
Jones' grocery wagon met with an
accident while delivering goods in 1
the vicinity of the Glen yesterday,
the whlffletree broke and the spirit-'
td animal driven by B. A. Coe, came
near running away. The - driver
proved equal to the emergency and
soon patched up the broken parts and
resumed delivering goods.
Mrs . Belle Hickox of Newton
Heights Is In Waterville where she
Is caring for Mrs Abel.
Albert Chapman has entered the
employ of W. C. Hungerford on Ma
ple Grove farm.
Mrs Emit Jacobs - of Newton
Heights is recovering from an attack
Flahtlaa; 1 " ueadaeka.
ALBANY, S. Y Jan. 2a - Water
power Interests in the Adirondacks are
preparing to put through a second time
tbe proposed constitutional amendment
allowing them to flood state forest
lands. A resolution providing for the
amendment has been Introduced. Tbe
millionaire owners of Adirondack pre
serves are making a determined fight
gainst it through tbe Association For
the Protection of the Adirondacks.
Ohaeaalea ml Geaeral Aler.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 2C.-The body
of General Alger will be taken to De
troit tomorrow and at the city ball
there will lie in state during that day.
Monday morning tbe casket win be
taken to tbe Alger residence, where
funeral services will be held at 11
o'clock. Tbe United States army will
be represented by an escort of three or
four companies of Infantry now sta
tioned at Fort Wayne
Cave Mm at Xmmm a rarta.
MOUNT TERNOX. X. T, Jan. 28.
Motmt Vernon people were surprised
by tbe announcement of tbe marriage
of Edward II. Hall of tbis city and
Miss Ella B rower of Pleasantville. Mr.
Han la eicbty-foar years old and la
wealthy. His bride, who was a teach
er In the ps' iic acbooU of Mount Ver
non, is th-f--
Try A Democrat nil.
THAWS ARE UNITED
Stories of Quarrela All. False,
SEVEN JURORS HAVE BEEN CHOSEN
Wealthy Yoaasr Plttabnrger Accnaed
I. Murder of , Stanford ' White,
' C Smiling-, Klaaea and Comfort
' Mother and Wife. ,
NEW YORK, Jan. 2G.-4)ne hundred
and one talesmen have been examined'
in order' to obtain a Jury to try Harry.
K. Thaw for the killing of Stanford
White, and so far seven men have been
selected, leaving five still to be chosen.
: That there is increasing difficulty in
finding men who are willing or compe
tent to serve is plainly evident.
One of the new jurors is Harold R.
Faire, a printer and publisher, who is
the only unmarried man thus far se
lected. Faire is not more than twenty
eight or thirty years of age, smooth
shaven and has excellent features. The
second new juror is Malcolm S. Fraser,
a dealer in underwear. He is perhaps
forty years of age and is married.
Early in Mr. Fraser's examination it
became apparent from the manner of
his answers that he would make a
juror satisfactory to both sides, and
there was no surprise when he was ac
cepted. Faire was registered as Noi 6
and Fraser as No. '7 in the trial panel;
This panel, as it grows, Impresses the
followers of the case more and more
favorably, and it is looked upon as be
ing coiVposed of as high a type of cltl-"
eens as has ever been seen in a jury
box in any court iu this jurisdiction.
Harry Thaw seemed much more acv
customed to his surroundings and. for
the first time gazed interestedly at the
; COUNTESS OF YARMOUTH. , .
crowd In the courtroom, which was
limited, however, to talesmen and
Bits of color were' thrown' vtnt6 "the
proceedings by a talesman named
Ketcham, who said he. was connected
with an electrical supply house and
supplemented this with the declaration
that, while be was not opposed to cap
ital punishment in first degree murder
cases, be was opposed to the use of
electricity in that connection. Ketcham
when asked If he knew Stanford White
"I am glad to say I did not."
The court has adjourned until Mon
In tbe meantime tbe seven jurors
will be In the custody of bailiffs.
Just after the call for adjournment
Thaw stood up suddenly and kissed
his mother's cheek. She smiled and
held him for a second, her arm around
his neck. , , .
"Don't worry, mother; don't worry.
Everything will come out all right I
am well satisfied. Don't cry. It'a all
With these words Thaw comforted
his mother, throwing his arms around
her necK, before be went on his way
to the Tombs.
. Tears ran down Mrs. Thaw's cheeks,
and she clung to him as if she would
never let him go.
Thaw stroked bis mother's hands and
kept whispering to her words of en
. "Goodby, Harry, until Monday,"
whispered Mrs. Thaw as tbe keeper
touched Thaw on tbe arm and motion
ed him away. -
ri have got to go now," he said, still
Then he turned back, took up bis sl
ater and went back to the Tombs.
Clifford W. Hartridge, personal coun
sel for Thaw and bead of bis great ar
ray of attorneys, made this statement
at the courtroom:
I have just beard that rumors are
prevalent concerning a rupture In tbe
former friendly relations of the Thaw
"All such rumors are wholly false.
Tbe countess and young Mrs. Tbaw
are on very friendly terms. I know as
an absolute fact that all tbe members
of Harry Thaw's family. Including bis
wife, are making great efforts to ob
tain his acquittal. Tbe Conntess of
Yarmouth la suffering from a very
bad cold grip and cannot leave tbe
In, Malaaaa Dealea Mepaeta.
PITTSBURG. Jan. 2S.-Mm. Charles
J. Holman, mother of Mrs. Evelyn
Nesbit Thaw, Interviewed here, denies
that she Intends going to New York ta
become a witness for tbe prosecution
or even as a pectntor st the Thaw
trial Mrs. Holman said: "I wish that
yon deny that I am seeking vengeance.
Never has sorb a thoucht entered my
mind. Let It be understood at once
that I have not been In New York and
win not go. as baa been printed In
taaefcefeUera Wl Met ta.
CLEVELAND. C Jan. 2&-A tine
wtg ordered In Paris by John D. Rock
efeller during Us trip s broad last mm
mer Is held op In tbe customs ofnV
here nntil tbe officials determine Its
exact ralae The wig arrtred recently
from Harm. AcrordlBg to the cnatoais
Invoice, it was modestly bUM as warO
Save 25 to 40 per cent on your
Teas, Coffees and Groceries. You
can do this if you do your buying at
the A. & P. Store.
Buy While You Can at Such
Prices. All You Can.
We reserve privileges of limiting
, quantities at sucu low inc.
: With Teas and Coffees
'in STAMPS wtth-DOc worth of
III our Famous TEAS audCOF
T v FEES, Any kind at any
' ' price. "" '. , '
NEW TEAS just received, of very
Finest Garden Growth, 35o, 40c and
ow. r.xtra iancy cnop, ana w.
GOOD COFFEE,' 18c. 30c and 25c.
L'tia Good 30c and 35c. .
See Special Cut Price Sale.
: Let These Offerings Sneak for
vv-y Values. -"
A. & P. CRUSHED OATS "7
. Freshly packed, Pkg I ' t
Regular price 10c. '
POTASH OR LYE. a can .... C
Regular urice. 8c ' '' 31
CHLORIDE OF LIME, a can
Regular price, ftc. ' . , . 3
, RELIABLE , BRAND PEAS, A.
: a cnu Ivt
Regular price 12 l-2c.
LONDON LAYER RAISINS, a in-
" Regular price, 12c .....i ...
SMYRNA FIGS, fresh new goods, a
basket 15c. Regular price, 20c.
PEA BEANS, N. Y., Stnte. a Oa
pound. Regular price, 5c. . ' Ot
Rare Treat In T Drinking is Our A.
& P. Blend. GOLDEN TIPPED
INDIA CEYLON TEA. 25c 1-2 lb
packet. Try it, Good for nervous
A. & P. Fancy . Elgin Creamery
1'UITER warranted the BESJ
29 East Main. ' 'Phone S57-4.
AT A BIO Eia)UCTI0N.
BARGAINS FOR EVERYBODY.
Special sale of Suit Cases, 76c, worth
11.25. . .-
Special sale of Leather Suit Cases, !
13.50. worth 14.50. V
Brass Trimmed Trunks, $2.75, worth
14.00. . . . ' '
Umbrellas, Gent's, 98c, worth $10.
Umbrellas, Ladies, 75c, worth SI. 26.
Bags and Leather Goods at half price,.
Umbrella & Trunk Store
164 South Main St.
GEORGE LILLEY BLOCK.
The Board of Relief of the City ot
Waterbury will be In session on Janu
ary 11, 15, 18, 22 and 25, from 2 to
5 and 7 to 9 p. m.; January 8, 10, 14,
17. 21 and' 24, from 7 to 9 p: m.;
Monday, January 28, from 9 to 12 a.
m, 2 to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m., at the
office of the Board of Assessors, for
the purpose of hearing appeals from
the doings ot the Boards of Asses
sors and Equalization and any other
business that may properly come be
fore said Board.- , -IMRI
JOHN F. GARRE.V,
M. F. PERKINSON,
1-7-19 Board of Relief. '
i , 0H SAXABT LOAffS.
, . On Term I bat Defy Competition.
GIra us a call and ws wt II show you how you can maka
LOAN from 5 and upwards without publicity, to reller tempo
rary embarrassments. . -
Merchants & I A AM C(
Mechanics y X w
Boom 38 Apothecaries Hall Building.
63 EM ST. . ' Open Erenlnga.
Special for Friday and Saturday,
LENOX or SWIFT Pride Soap
8 BARS FOR 25c,
Extra Quality Macaroni or Spaghetti, 60 pkc.
' Noble Pop Corn in packages. 7c.
Extra nice Pop Corn on the Ear, 5c lb. 6 for 25c
H. 0. Rolled Oats 9 lbs for 25c.
'. The following pledges will be sold
if not ceflled for by Jan 25, '07: ( j
No 1106. ring, issued March 30, '0. .
No 1109, opera glass, issued Apr 2.'06 .
No 1156. diamond ring, issued May -18,
'06. ' ' ' ,
No 1066, watch, issued Feb 8, '08. 1 j
No 1070. watch, issued Feb 5. 0. j
No 1071, watch, issued Feb 5, '06. -S,
No l082, watch, issued Feb 19, '06. -No
1083, watch, issued Feb 22.. '08. ' '
No 1104, watch. Issued Mar 26, '08. ;
No - 2 watches, (Issued Apr 2, '0
No 1119. watch, issued Apr 11.
No 1153, watch, issued May 17.
No 1164, watch, Issued May 28, 08. .j
No 1166, ring, Issued May 29. 06.
No 1191. watch, Issued July 3, 06.
No 1185, watch, issued June 28, 06. ;
No 1189, watch, Issued July 2. 08.
No 1184, watch, issued June 28, 06.,,
No 1176, watch, issued June 16, 06, .
Big bargains in unredeemed,'
pledges always on hand. .
Samuel M Schneer,
198 S. Main, Phone Call, 135-2.
Does' For $
For $5 (last payment when
work la finished) you can
. have your bad teeth pain
lessly extracted and a full
set of teeth made with the
"Natural Gums." , No pay unless
work la absolutely perfect, as Or.
King guarantees. Or, you may
have teeth without platea for 15
Or you can have your teeth all ex
amined and cleaned and five pure
grold filling painlessly put In, or
ten sliver or other fillings; All
guaranteed. Come In for free ex
aminations and consultations while
- this offer is good.
the King Safe
System o f
makes all den
Inventor of the
of artificial teeth
In the mouttc
Used In Or. King's offices only.
Or. Thomas Jefferson King
PREMIER PAINLESS DENTIST.
Full set teeth as low as fS, gold
croTftia 5, bridge work $3, gold
fillings, fl up. othor fillings 60c.
PAINLESS EXTRAXCTION FREE
WHEN SETS ARE ORDEREDAAU
' work guaranteed.
Hours t a, m. to I p. m.: Sun
days. 10 to 2. Telephone. Lady
attendant Examination, eatimatea
and advice free.
Ring Dental Parlors
3 BARK ST, WATERBI HT.
aROCURKD AND DEFENDED. SmdBM4a
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